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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 01 Hansard (Thursday, 11 February 2010) . . Page.. 406 ..


Card No.

Monthly

Average

1

266.31

2

536.90

3

514.01

4

470.67

5

853.00

6

315.24

7

826.07

8

409.44

9

2,606.80

10

661.27

4. The total amount spent on each Australian Capital Tourism credit card is shown in the table below.

Card No.

2009-10

2008-09

1

1,587.11

2,940.23

2

2,310.34

6,816.93

3

587.50

8,150.71

4

1,711.95

6,289.41

5

2,449.92

12,051.23

6

4,922.81

436.20

7

7,632.88

00

8

2,030.96

4,929.54

9

18,122.85

26,192.59

10

8,102.79

3,120.86

*11

00

5.00

*12

00

6,410.26

*13

00

5.00

*These cardholders are no longer working in Australian Capital Tourism, and the credit card has been cancelled.

I am advised that the Territory’s financial system does not distinguish between credit card transactions and other payment transactions. Monthly credit card statements must be manually analysed in order to answer this question. Given this time consuming requirement, it is not considered a reasonable use of the agency’s limited resources to answer this question for more than two financial years. As a result, total credit card expenditure for 2007-08 and 2006-07 is not provided.

5. Eight of the credit cards held in Australian Capital Tourism have a credit limit of $5,000; one card has a credit limit of $2,000; and one card has a limit of $10,000.

6. The table below shows the amount spent on cards held by Australian Capital Tourism on any form of catering, including official meals, at restaurants for the period 2008-09 and 2009-10 to date.

Card No.

2009-10 *

2008-09 *

1

00

00

2

00

00

3

354.50

4,449.85


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